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What does "Pluto in Scorpio" mean?

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Pluto in Scorpio is the title of the generation born between 1983/1984 and 1995. Pluto entered the Scorpio constellation in 1983, beginning this period of strong-minded, resilient people.

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This generation's experience with spiritual death and renewal will help the world with regeneration and transformation, focusing on self-sustaining practices and ancient wisdom. Astrology goes beyond the simple signs and horoscopes that many people read on a daily basis. The alignment of the planets and stars vary more than cyclical sun and moon signs, creating energies that impact the lives and personalities of people born during various alignments. Within this Pluto in Scorpio phase exist additional alignments that increase the energy and power of individuals born at those times.

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